Minecraft is a sandbox video game first released in 2011 that\u2019s still very popular today. It is considered as the single best selling game of all time with more than 176 million copies sold. Estimates place that there are around 112 million active monthly players. Although this is a solid game there are instances when certain issues can occur. In this latest installment of our troubleshooting series we will tackle the Minecraft not responding issue. How To Fix Minecraft Not Responding Issue Before performing any of the recommended troubleshooting steps listed below its best to reboot your computer. This will refresh the windows 10 operating system and will usually fix most of the common issues caused by a software glitch. There are several factors that can cause this particular problem ranging from an outdated Java version to a corrupted game installation. Listed below are the recommended troubleshooting steps you need to do to fix this problem. Try updating Java One of the main causes of this problem is an outdated Java version which is why you should make sure that your computer has the latest version installed. First, determine if your operating system is 32bit or 64bit. Right-click on This-PC present on your Desktop and select Properties.In front of System type check the type of operating system installed on your computer. Install Java Download the correct Java version from here https:\/\/java.com\/en\/download\/manual.jsp.Extract the file which you just download to an accessible location. Open the folder and copy the file version folder that you see.Press Windows + E to launch Windows Explorer and navigate to the following path: C:\\Program Files\\Java (for 32 bit), C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Java (for 64 bit)Paste the file which you copied to the location. Make sure that you copy the name of the folder which we just pasted. Check if the Minecraft not responding issue still occurs. Make sure you have the latest Windows version There are instances when the problem can be caused by an outdated Windows version. Make sure that you have the latest updates installed. Press Windows + S, type \u201cupdate\u201d in the dialogue box and open the application.Click the button Check for updates. Now your computer will automatically check for any latest updates available and install them on your computer. Run Minecraft as an administrator Try to check if running the game as an administrator fixes the problem. executable.Now right-click on it and select Properties.Click on Compatibility using the top of the window and check the option Run this program as an administrator.Press Apply to save changes and Exit. Restart your computer and launch the game. Check if the Minecraft not responding issue still occurs. Disable the mods Minecraft is popular for the mods that players can install. While this can enhance the way you play the game sometimes it can cause issues. Try disabling any mod that you have enabled then check if the issue still occurs. Update the graphics drivers Press Windows + R, type \u201cdevmgmt.msc\u201d in the dialogue box and press Enter.In the device manager, expand the category of Display adapters, right-click on the graphics hardware and select Update driver. Check if the issue is resolved.Let\u00a0 Windows update\u00a0 the latest drivers automatically.Restart your computer.\u00a0 Check if the Minecraft not responding issue still occurs. Reinstall Minecraft In case the above steps fails to fix the problem then you should uninstall then reinstall Minecraft. Go to your Application Data Folder, %AppData%. To find it, press Win+R, type %appdata%\\.minecraft, then click \u201cOK\u201d\u200bDrag the .minecraft folder to the trashGo to https:\/\/www.minecraft.net\/da-dk\/download and download and install the game client. Check if the Minecraft not responding issue still occurs.